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“What I teach my kids is, you don’t use the word can’t. Ever,” Dana Powers said, the Sumner High swim coach and Bonney Lake police chief. She emphasized her words by hitting the side of her hand on the tabletop.
The Bonney Lake City Council amended the Washington State University Forest agreement during the Sept. 16 workshop to allow a traffic light at the future intersection of 204 Avenue East and state Route 410. The amendment passed 4-3.
Seniors swung, spun and did the hula to live music during their annual luau at the Bonney Lake senior center last Thursday.
Check out Beautify Bonney Lake volunteers as they worked on various projects around the city.
A proposed amendment to the Washington State University Forest development agreement was tabled by the Bonney Lake City Council for discussion and action during the workshop on Sept. 16.
The Bonney Lake Planning Commission presented to the City Council three options for regulating the marijuana industry in Bonney Lake during the Sept. 9 City Council meeting.
Richard Gillette operates his homemade hexicopter to take aerial footage for retailers looking to show off an area.
East Pierce Fire and Rescue put out a brush fire alongside state Route 167 near the 8th Street East interchange on Sunday afternoon.
The Sound Transit Board voted Aug. 28 to purchase the Bonney Lake Park and Ride from Pierce Transit.
Pierce County Councilman Dan Roach learned first hand that wearing a helmet when riding a bicycle can save lives – it saved his.
To celebrate her 93rd birthday, Goldie Woehrle will do something a little unusual – she’s going skydiving.
This week is National Assisted Living Week, an annual celebration of activities and events featured by the National Center for Assisted Living.National Assisted Living Week started in 1995 to show senior citizens that their community cares for them.
National Alpaca Farm Days will be coming to the Plateau Sept. 27 and 28. Farms that are hosting free open houses for the weekend include Liberty Alpacas in Maple Valley, Polaris Alpacas in Tacoma, and Stellar Alpacas in Spanaway.
Bonney Lake Mayor Neil Johnson recently celebrated his third cancer-free year by having a barbecue at his house on Aug. 17. He invited close friends, family, some nurses from his time in the hospital and the woman who helped save his life.
The 2014 Agricultural Act, also known as the Farm Bill, cut more than $8 billion from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
The Sound Transit Board of Directors unanimously decided to improve pedestrian access and car parking at the Sounder train stations in Sumner and Puyallup.
Conner House, a Sumner High School alum, was elected Student Body President at Gonzaga University last spring.
The new Lake Tapps incident locator program had its first successful test last month – and it wasn’t a test run.
National Senior Citizens day began in 1988 when former President Ronald Reagan made an official proclamation for the observational holiday.
A head-on car collision on the Carbon River Forest Reserve Road near the entrance to Mount Rainier State Park resulted in one driver being pinned under his vehicle.